Riddle

“Feed me and I live, yet give me a drink and I die. Who am I? “ Answer: fire That is one of others called Riddle. Riddle is questions or statements that offer a puzzle to be solved. They often involve critical thinking on the reader’s part in order to figure out the answer, and this offers challenging entertainment. Here are some different types of riddles people can create: Enigma: Enigmas are types of riddles that employ the use of allegorical or metaphorical devices. These riddles involve critical thinking and ingenuity on the solver’s behalf in order to devise a solution. Example: I have a tail and a body, but… Read More

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Anti-Drone Gun

The Presidential Security Force ‘Shoot’ Strange Drones Near Jokowi at the Opening of the National Sport.– cnn Oct 2021. Drones can be used for some very nefarious activities. For this reason, armies and law enforcement need some effective means of countering them. So, many companies around the world, including engineering-giants like Boeing and Lockheed Martin, are producing anti-drone weapons to counter the potential threats drones can offer. Counter Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (C-UAV), or anti-drone, weapons, and guns are any of a range of countermeasures designed to either destroy or immobilize a target drone. They can come in the form of handheld weapons akin to traditional projectile guns, to larger artillery-scale… Read More

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Educated: A Memoir

This is amazing book “Educated: A Memoir” by Tara Westover. We take a review by note from Bill Gates writing: I’ve always prided myself on my ability to teach myself things. Whenever I don’t know a lot about something, I’ll read a textbook or watch an online course until I do. I thought I was pretty good at teaching myself—until I read Tara Westover’s memoir Educated. Her ability to learn on her own blows mine right out of the water. I was thrilled to sit down with her recently to talk about the book. Tara was raised in a Mormon survivalist home in rural Idaho. Her dad had very non-mainstream… Read More

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996 ?

Chinese tech tycoon Jack Ma famously said it was a “blessing” for anyone to be part of the so-called “996 work culture”(bbc.news) What is 996 work culture? The “996,” a work schedule which encourages or coerces employees to work from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week, is common among Chinese tech companies and startups. Though the practice is technically prohibited by Chinese law, many companies still enforce the hours informally or formally. “Working overtime is now normal,” a blogger on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform similar to Twitter, said. “What’s even more scary is that so many young people are already used to this and don’t… Read More

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Hiking

Hi.. This is a recommended outdoor activity to be weekend preference of you – Hiking. ‘Hike/Hiking’ has become the most commonly used term to describe the process of going for an invigorating walk in the countryside. A hike is usually a bit of an adventure, taking up a good portion of the day and requiring you to carry your provisions in a backpack. It’s more than a simple, short amble, where you might just nip out for a quick stroll along country lanes. It often involves rough terrain and perhaps a good deal of ascent and descent, with the promise of the kind of spectacular views and astonishing natural sights… Read More

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